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Painful hard lump on tailbone

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I am 21 years old and about 3 days ago I started having pain on the very top of the buttcrack. I found a lump on end of my tailbone on the top of the buttcrack. It is under the skin. Not red or draining any fluids. I know it's not a pilonidal cyst. It doesnt move. It's hard and keeps getting bigger. I can hardly sit, lay down, or even walk without pain. It hurts to touch it. I can hardly stand it. I have not fallen or done anything to cause this. It is very confusing. It's scaring me. Any information you might have would be a big help!
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replied August 18th, 2009
Active User, very eHealthy
go and see a dcctor as sone as possible if you can
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